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erupted in charlotte, north carolina once again last night ... over the officer-involved killing of an four police officers were injured and one person was injured. the governor has declared a state of emergency ... and called out both the national guard and the state highway patrol. dianne gallagher has the latest. in charlotte, north carolina ... the sun rose wednesday on a battered city. the national guard -- called out by the governor -- mobilizing before dawn to keep order. hours earlier, the scene was very different ... as a second night
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of keith lamont scott vented their rage and grief. scott was shot tuesday -- police say he brandished a weapon but his family says he was reading a book in his vehicle. during the second protest, one person was shot by another civilian -- according to authorities -- and is in the hospital on life support. several police officers were injured journalists were caught up in the chaos. nats boris sanchez getting tear-gassed one reporter was knocked to the ground by a passing man. some demonstrators stood in front of the police line in an effort to maintain peace ... and there were those who tried to calm the tensions. toussaint romain/public defender "i'm trying to prevent people from being hurt, my brothers are out here too they're trying to do it the right way." and charlotte's mayor pleaded for peace to be restored to the city's streets mayor jennifer roberts/d charlotte, nc "i ask again for calm, peaceful demonstrations. it is important we have a full and transparent
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collaboratively to insure the integrity of that investigation." in charlotte, i'm dianne gallagher. meanwhile, officials in charlotte are asking for calm tonight. the charlotte-mecklenburg police chief is calling on community members to continue to report crimes they see... "we still need to lean on our greatest partner, our strongest asset and that is our community. we ask that you continue to let us know when you see things that are happening that are inappropriate and when you see crimes occurring. we appreciate the fact that people are posting things that they use those things to fully investigate all crimes and all allegations that are made relative to what goes on in a chaotic scene." it's been a wet couple of days... is more rain headed our
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here... prepare yourself for a dreary forecast. the 6 day planner has got a lot of cloud cover and rain chances, including today. we'll see scattered rain chances with a few rumbles of thunder possible this evening. highs for the day will stay in the mid to upper 70s. periods of rain and
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wind: sw 5-10 mph happening now -- crews are at the scene of a crash near good hope and teutonia. it happened just after nine- 30 this morning. you can see from our photojournalist near the crash scene -- that it looks like it involved a car and box truck. no word yet if there were any injuries. you can go to fox6now- dot- com for the latest updates on this crash. injuries after a shooting last night in milwaukee. it happened near teutonia and gray-ling groeling shortly after midnight.officials tell fox 6 news police responded to a shots fired call...and found a 20-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound... in the street. police are now investigating what led up to that shooting. a nine- year- old boy is in the hospital after being shot. police believe the shooting was accidental because the shooter is even younger than the victim. our deandra corinthios has the
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officials say the nine year old victim was taken to childrens hospital. officials describe his injuries as 'serious.' sources say he was shot in the neck and back. the shooting took place in a home near 20th and hadley on wednesday. investigators say the shooter... is a child related to the victim...and sources say that child... is a six year old. family members tell us off camera it is the victims brother. police say the shooting appears to be accidental. they are investigating how a gun got into the hands of neighbors have the same questions. happening now - an investigation is underway after a baby died
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it happened last night near 84th and orchard. an autopsy is expected to take place today for the infant. officials are not releasing the age or gender of the baby yet. stay with fox 6 and fox 6 now dot com for the latest details. three milwaukee men are facing charges in connection to a double shooting that killed a woman last year. "dominique brown"... "da-mont fipps"... and " tommy zolli-coffer" all face charges of first-degree reckless homicide. this shooting happened near 26th 39-year-old kealicia clark-- died -- and another man was sent to the hospital.prosecutor s say the suspects were trying to get revenge from an earlier homicide. fipps and zolli-coffer are both in custody -- but brown remains on the run -- and a warrant is out for his arrest. milwaukee city leaders will be announcing a new million dollar grant today to improve public safety and create stronger neighborhoods.
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prevention will get the grant. milwaukee is one of eight cities nationwide to get the award from the substance abuse and mental health services administration. we're expected to learn more at news conference scheduled to take place in about a half hour. ...two cars stolen from the same place just one day apart. the victims are neighbors. monday morning-- a maroon chevy impala was stolen from 60th, near capitol. a man woke up to find his car was gone. the next day, the same thing happened to the ma's she came outside to find her brown chevy impala was stolen on tuesday morning. it had been parked near a garage at 60th and capitol. the neighbors say they are stunned by the boldness of the criminals. i hope that is can be found and im hoping that we can, the city of milwaukee, put a stop to these car thieves. it may have just been a coincidence both had impalas stolen. police say there weren't any other reports of impalas stolen
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but, so far this year, more than 800 vehicles have been stolen from district 7 alone. state lawmakers voted yesterday to approve an audit of the wisconsin veterans home at king...just outside of waupaca. there have been allegations about mistreatment of residents and improper use ...or non-use...of money. our a.j. bayatpour has the latest. if theres things that need to be tuned up, well tune them up. department of veterans affairs says he welcomes the audit. john scocos sko-kiss says the veterans home at king is well-run....claiming hes yet to see any proof of mistreatment at the home.this amid claims of broken bones, spreading infections, and improper use of money. our investigators were out there from dhs and our star ratings are 5 and 4. none of the concerns have been substantiated as of yesterday. one of the lawmakers calling for the audit, republican senator luther olsen, says he got
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scared to come forward. frankly, i am appalled that there is an environment at king where people fear retribution for simply being concerned about a member under their care or a loved one. another speaker, david wedde wed-dee says hes a navy vet who lives near the home and visits once a month.wedde tells the committee hes seen first-hand things that are unacceptable. i have been to the water fountain and seen the brown water coming out of it, sometimes you went in there and wouldnt drink it, sometimes its nice and disabled american veterans says its reviewed the case and finds its hard to tell whether abuse is common. it is, however, troubled by the amount of money the home has in is coffers. the surplus at king home is an anomaly so therefore, an audit might be justified into understanding the surplus and ensuring its being used for the intended purpose. the state auditors office says it expects to be able to
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reporting outside the state capitol in madison. aj bayatpour, fox6 news." new york city on high alert after the bombing in manhattan over the weekend... how many calls police have received since the incident... plus the latest on the investigation into that bombing in new york... who officials now want to speak to.... and a california student is arrested for allegedly threatening classmates... what else police found from the
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new york city say they've received 406 phone calls of suspicious packages throughout the five boroughs between saturday and none of the packages turned out to contain explosives. this, after a pressure-cooker bomb packed with shrapnel exploded saturday evening in manhattan's chelsea neighborhood. more than two dozen people were injured. a second bomb was discovered blocks away -- but did not explode...and was removed by a robot. federal prosecutors have charged ahmad ra-hami with planting the bombs. meanwhile - the f-b-i wants to speak with two men allegedly
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from a piece of luggage in new york's chelsea neighborhood. police say the men are witnesses-- not suspects-- and authorities are interested in what they may have observed. in california ... a teen was taken into custody for allegedly plotting to kill several students and teachers. police made the arrest after finding what they're calling detailed evidence of his plans. investigators say the encore high school student had a list of 33 names...they think were potential allegedly planned to use explosives during the attack. but there was no evidence of any explosive devices found on the campus. officials say he did have access to weapons though... mcmahon says: "there were weapons at the home. he had limited access to them. they were legally registered." mcmahon says: "there's no connection to terror that we've been able to determine as a result of our investigation. and the information we have at this point is he was the lone suspect
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weekend....after a parent notified authorities of threats posted on social media. in lawrence, massachusetts....a woman overdoses inside a "family dollar". police say the woman went limp next to her two-year-old daughter. the toddler is safe, but police plan to charge her mother with child endangerment. jacqui heinrich has the story. screaming, the two-year-old girl is seen tugging at her mother's limp body sunday morning in lawrence. that video now a key piece of evidence in charging this salem new hampshire mother with child endangerment. chief james fitzpatrick / lawrence police "it's very, very disturbing to see someone obviously in the matter of addiction, where it overtakes someone to the point where they're not able to take care of their child, leaves their child vulnerable."police say while they wish the person taking the video had helped the frantic child, that clip is a key piece of evidence in a child endangerment charge, combined with drug paraphernalia found in
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baggies with drug residue. they believe she had overdosed on an oral version of heroin or an opiate- based narcotic like fentanyl. she finally came to after not one but two doses of narcan. the video making the rounds in lawrence as shocked people share. man on camera "just the baby pulling on her. you want to almost cry, then you're curious, and i wanted to send my friend the link, and he was like, 'wow.'"police say they hope sharing this video will alert people to the horrific consequences of drug use -- something not seen by but ever-present to first responders. chief fitzpatrick of lawrence police estimating in 10 percent of drug situations they respond to, children are present. chief james fitzpatrick / lawrence police "they can see firsthand the power of the narcotic and fentanyl, and she's lucky to be alive." toss to weather. prepare yourself for a dreary
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got a lot of cloud cover and rain chances, including today. we'll see scattered rain chances with a few rumbles of thunder possible this evening. highs for the day will stay in the mid to upper 70s. overnight we have a chance of patchy fog with lows in the low to mid 60s. tomorrow is looking much cooler, with highs staying in the upper 60s. it looks like we may not dry up completely this weekend with a chance of showers lingering. temperatures will stay in the upper 60s to low 70s through the middle of next week. today: mostly cloudy with periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 77 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance for rain and patchy fog. low: 63 dewpoint: 63 wind: ne 3-7 mph friday: chance of rain showers. high: 68 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: chance of am showers, then mostly cloudy. am low: 60 high: 69 dewpoint: 60 wind: e 5-10 mph suna with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 62 high: 74 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: chance of owers. am low: 60 gh: 68 dewpoint: 56 wind: 5-10 mph tuesday: chance ors. high: 65 dewpoint: 54 wind:
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badger liquor is moving their sales operations and a historic building complex near schlitz park is being rehabbed. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with the badger liquor move. 1. why is the company moving downtown? 2. what features will be in the companys new space on rehab of historic building complex next to schlitz park
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1. which developer is taking over the project? 2. what are the challenges of the restoration?
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to ron johnson on social security: johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme.
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he wants to privatize social security putting benefits at risk. and he attacks medicare -- would turn it into a voucher program, costing seniors thousands out-of-pocket. don't let ron johnson turn social security into a johnson: ...legal ponzi scheme. narrator: senator johnson. not for seniors. not for wisconsin. from the far reaches of space, the world of avatar has made its way to milwaukee. cirque du soleil is back in town with its new show-- and our carl deffenabugh is getting a
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here with a fall-worthy recipe...lasagna! ...which healthy ingredient is also inside the dish. and-- helping new parents, right after having a baby. ...the new program some local hospitals are using to make it less stressful. t
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or te here's a look at this morning's big stories at 11:30. the national guard is in charlotte...after another night of violence following a fatal officer- involved shooting. ...what else officials are doing to prevent more riots. a nine-year-old boy is seriously injured after being shot in milwaukee.
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our big story at 11-30... north carol crory declares a state of emergency in response to the violent protests. we've learned the national guard has also arrived in charlotte. the night began with a prayer vigil for keith scott. then... a group broke off and marched downtown. that's where things got out of hand. someone in that group was shot - but city officials say it wasn't an officer who pulled the trigger. that man is on life support in critical condition. after that shooting... police began firing tear gas... to try to break up the crowds... as community
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exercise your right to protest but to remember that there is a right way to protest. and destruction of property and violence does nothing but multiply it." police and protesters were out in the streets well into the early hours of the morning. protesters broke windows... and attacked reporters and bystanders - even knocking over a c-n-n reporter live on air. that reporter ay okay. president obama called charlotte's mayor yesterday... promising assistance where needed. the white house says the president is continuing to get updates on the protests. meanwhile, the charlotte- mecklenburg police chief is giving more details on the death of keith lamont scott. the shooting happened tuesday when police were trying to serve a warrant for a different man at an apartment complex. scott's family has said he was reading a book in his vehicle when police
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weapon. todd walther, charlotte fop spokesperson these officers were telling mr. scott to drop the weapon. just like any kind of training across the country, it's clear, it's loud.. the officer who shot scott is also african-american. turning to weather now ... it's been a soggy week... could we see more rain today? here with more. prepare yourself for a dreary forecast. the 6 day planner has got a lot of cloud cover and rain chances, including today. we'll see scattered rain chances with a few rumbles of thunder possible this evening. highs for the day will stay in the mid to upper 70s. today: mostly cloudy with periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 77 dewpoint: 67
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seriously hurt in a shooting. it happened near teutonia and gray-ling groeling shortly after midnight.officials tell fox 6 news, police responded to a shots fired call...and found a 20-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound... in the street. police are now investigating what led up to that shooting.
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the shooter is a very young family member. our deandra corinthios has the latest. milwaukee fire department officials say the nine year old victim was taken to childrens hospital. officials describe his injuries as 'serious.' sources say he was shot in the neck and back. the shooting took place in a home near 20th and hadley on wednesday. investigators say the shooter... is a child related to the victim...and sources say that child... is a six year old. family members tell us off brother. police say the shooting appears to be accidental. they are investigating how a gun got into the hands of a juvenile. neighbors have the same
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decades behind bars, after prosecutors say she provided a fatal dose of heroin to a salem man. elizabeth cooper has been charged with first degree reckless homicide for the death of 31-year-old christopher sta-chura stachura.stachura was found dead in his mother's garage from an overdose in july. prosecutors say cooper admitted to giving him the drugs. both the d-a and law enforcement agencies say they are trying to send a message-- by charging suppliers with reckless homicide. someone received heroine from. we are going to do our best to charge that person." cooper is the third person this year to face a reckless homicide charge for an overdose in kenosha county. it's called a battleground state for a reason. the latest marquette law school poll shows the presidential race getting even tighter in wisconsin. fox6's rachelle
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marquette law school's latest poll shows hillary clinton dropping one point among likely voters from the previous poll in august..... while donald trump stayed the same in a head- to-head matchup between the two. that put clinton at 44 percent and trump at 42 percent. wednesday's poll release comes just days before the first debate between the two. "let's tune in again after the debate to see where people shift and whether we get more dramatic we've seen over the last six weeks." the director of the m-u law school poll, charles franklin, says the nationally televised debate may prompt voters to change their minds....or reinforce their opinions. "that debate will be very hard to ignore." when including libertarian candidate gary johnson and green party candidate jill stein in the mix, the latest poll found that 41 percent of likely voters backed clinton, 38 percent chose trump, johnson took home 11 percent and stein two. in the
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garnered the same support they had in august's poll, while johnson gained a point and stein lost two. in wisconsin's senate race, the latest poll shows democrat russ feingold leading republican ron johnson 47 to 41 percent among likely voters. that's compared to feingold's 48 percent and johnson's 45 percent in august. "if you'd like to see the full results of this latest marquette law school poll, just go to fox six now dot com. reporting at marquette rachelle baillon fox6 news." helping new parents and newborns...
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closets and please donate any slightly used winter coats -- for kids and adults. head to fox6now.com for more details and a list of all our sponsor locations. toss to weather. prepare yourself for a dreary forecast. the 6 day planner has got a lot of cloud cover and rain chances, including today. we'll see scattered rain chances with a few rumbles of thunder possible this evening. highs for the day will stay in the mid to upper 70s. overnight we have a chance of patchy fog with lows in the low to mid 60s. tomorrow is looking much cooler, with highs staying in the upper 60s. completely this weekend with a chance of showers lingering. temperatures will stay in the upper 60s to low 70s through the middle of next week. today: mostly cloudy with periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 77 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance for rain and patchy fog. low: 63 dewpoint: 63 wind: ne 3-7 mph friday: chance of rain showers. high: 68 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: chance of am showers, then mostly cloudy. am low: 60 high: dewpot6wind: e 10psday: mostly cloudy with a chance f understorms. am high: 74 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: chance of showers. am low: 60 high: 68 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw f owers. am low: 51 high: 65 dewpoint: 54 toss to weather. prepare yourself for a dreary forecast. the 6 day planner has got a lot of cloud cover and
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we'll see scattered rain chances with a few rumbles of thunder possible this evening. highs for the day will stay in the mid to upper 70s. overnight we have a chance of patchy fog with lows in the low to mid 60s. tomorrow is looking much cooler, with highs staying in the upper 60s. it looks like we may not dry up completely this weekend with a chance of showers lingering. temperatures wl stay in the upper 60s to low 70s through the middle of next week. today: mostly cloudy with periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 77 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance for rain and patchy fog. low: 63 dewpoint: 63 wind: ne 3-7 mph friday: chance of rain showers. high: 68 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: chance of am showers, then mostly cloudy. am low: 60 high: 69 dewpoint: 60 wind: e 5-10 mpy with a chance for understorms. am low: 62 gh: 74 se 5-10 mph high: 68 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw f owers. am low: 51 high: 65 dewpoint: 54 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesdaycnce of showers. amw51 hh
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the first few weeks of a newborn's life are incredibly important in the child's development. some local hospitals have a special program to help parents during those stressful times. fox6's carl deffenbaugh introduces you to a therapy -- and a family -- that were "born to be." theres rarely any downtime in the reed household. two working
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things on track. "its insane. its insane. but, like, a fun insane. i wouldnt trade it for the world." but its worth taking a moment, if they can ever spare one, to reflect on just how this crazy combination of a family came together. "its been a wild ride, but just so much fun." in - a lawyer by trade - began working at community memorial hospital. in her spare time, shed head up to the birth center to help the nurses with newborn babies. "it was awesome to get up there. you can hold them and love on them, sometimes feed them." and from there, came an idea. other hospitals around the country, including childrens in milwaukee, had cuddler programs, where volunteers hold babies that have extended hospital stays. "sometimes in can be three or four babies who are in the
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program at community memorial, and that quickly spread to another hospital in the froedtert system, st. josephs. an army of volunteers, operating one gentle rock at a time. "professional cuddler. well i think its kind of a fun name." "its very soft and cozy, which is really the way we try to take care of our babies." whatever the medical reason, when a newborn has to stay in the hospital for a long time, the volunteer cuddlers give parents a necessary break. "sometimes weve had patients that actuall a would be able to come in for two hours so i can run home, do a load of laundry, feed my other kids and then come back." "when babies are held, their heart rates are more steady, their respiratory rates - how fast they breath - are more steady. holding a baby skin to skin even regulates their blood sugar." the volunteers are specially trained, and always under the watchful eye of a nurse. they come from all walks of life, from retired grandparents to
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zielinski - a marquette sophomore who has always wanted to be a nurse. "doing this direct patient contact has really solidified it for sure. and then it kind of steered me towards what i want to do, what i want to specialize in, which i think is womens health." back in the reed house, this familys story only gets more remarkable. after seeing numerous children at her hospital enter foster care, michelle and her husband shane decided to become foster parents. "we could totally do that. we coul help a baby here." and in february 2014, twin girls joined the reeds two biological children. "learned pretty quickly i was a failure as a foster mother. i was not one who would be able to let go. and so, as luck would have it, i get to cuddle them forever." by december of that year, they officially adopted addisyn and
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through her new daughters' medical records. and buried among the thousands of pieces of paper was one startling nugget of information - addisyn and abygail were also cuddled when they were in the hospital. "i sat there and cried for quite a bit. ... but just awesome to see that they were held and they were loved, even if it wasnt by us - by somebody else." today they are healthy, rambunctious three-year-olds. and michelle finds herself benefiting from the same type of program she so crazy blessed. all because i sat in a room in a rocking chair and held babies." carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. as you might imagine, these positions are in high demand -- in fact st. joseph's, and children's hospital, have a waiting list or are at capacity. but volunteers are always needed for other services as well, if you'd like to help out. it's time to get ready for fall
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here with a recipe you'll "fall" in love with...beef
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beef council is here. she's making a beef and zucchini "noodle" lasagna. you can find this recipe on our
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